Thursday, October 7, 2010

Obama To Get Out of Dodge After the Election

From American Thinker:

More evidence Obama knows there will be a Democrat bloodbath at the polls: he has changed his schedule and is flying away for 12 whole days, just two days after election, and is going to the other side of the world. Those recriminations are not going to be fun, and its best to be an honored guest in places that feel honored to have a presidential visit. Chidanand Rajghatta reports in the Times of India:


The White House has advanced President Obama's visit to India by two days,according to sources. He will now be landing in India on the night of November 5, flying most likely into Mumbai first. 
The second  leg of the trip will be the twice-postponed trip to Indonesia, the country where the young Barry Obama was adopted by his Indonesian stepfather and acquired the name Soetoro and possibly Indonesian nationality and the religion of Islam (he was registered in school as a Muslim).


He will also visit Japan and South Korea. Presumably a visit with the Emperor of Japan is not on the schedule, to avoid the embarrassment of will-he-or-won't-he speculation over bowing low to the monarch whose father led Japan to war with the US.

Honestly, don't you just feel the sudden urge to kick him?














Is he already running scared? Can he not ever face any kind of conflict or dilemma without tucking tail and running?  And excuse me?  How much is this trip, that the White House so graciously gave him, going to cost the taxpayers?  Anyone want to take a guess?  

8 comments:

Karen Howes said...

Leticia, I pretty much want to kick him all the time, but yeah. :-P

Leticia said...

Karen, I'll help you.

Most Rev. Gregori said...

Too bad we cannot prevent him from returning.

MK said...

"Can he not ever face any kind of conflict or dilemma without tucking tail and running?"

No, not really. Besides, he's a leftist, and when last did they start taking responsibility for anything.

This is why i call him president obongo. He reminds me of those african leaders who are often out of touch with their people, irresponsible, aloof, disconnected with reality and really just in it for the money, the status, the perks and not much else.

Obongo never struck me as the president of the United States, more as the leader of some third world basket case.

Leticia said...

Abouna, now that would be awesome! If only....*sigh*

MK, I've said it before and I will say it again, the man couldn't even run a lemonade stand, let alone a powerful nation.

Always On Watch said...

He can run. But he can't hide.

Too bad we cannot prevent him from returning.

Zing.

Silverfiddle said...

@Rev Gregori:

"Too bad we cannot prevent him from returning."

Comment of the year!

Teresa said...

He is so spineless. Could we make a trade or donate him to Indonesia or something?